Near the firewall behind the engine, or under the dash near the heater core.
Under the dash near the firewall. Good Luck!
Passenger side, near the firewall. It is not difficult to replace, it is just very difficult to get to.
Its more than likely your heater core.
Under the dash board on the passenger side. You can find it easily by looking for two hoses (under the hood) that connect to the heater core right at the firewall.
Not all models had a heater control valve. If it has one it's either right in front of the firewall by where the heater hoses go in, or else under the dash near the heater core.
Infront of the passenger at the firewall
Behind the firewall on the driver's side of the dash.. otherwise under the dash in front of the driver...
To remove the heater core you have to first rmove the bottom dash panels under where the heater controls are then pull the black box that is pu under the dash and the heater core is under there right where the hose comes through from your thermostate
usually at the passenger fide firewall - some are accessed under the hood others behind the glove box
AnswerShould be accessible at passenger side firewall under hoodIt's right behind the battery.
Usually at the passenger's side firewall Some are accesible under the hood others behind the glove box inside the vehicle
Passenger side firewall
At the firewall on the passenger side
follow the 2 hoses that go into the firewall-drivers side hose should be the heater core--on the 95 T100 it is located behind the controls for the heat and air--
To replace your heater core on a 1993 caprice, you will need a screwdriver, a socket wrench, and a weather seal adhesive.
The 1993 Ford F1 50 pickup truck heater core can be replaced by removing the water supply hoses. Remove the heater core retaining bolts. Reverse the process to replace the new heater core.
Should be against the firewall towards the passenger side
under the passenger side behind glove box the is a panel you must remove be careful for wires remove panel to display heater core remove hoses from under hod and then pull heater core out from inside passenger side
It's tough for an amateur. The heater core is inside behind the console.
You can find the heater core behind the kick plate in your 1993 Acura Legend. Remove the water hoses. Remove the heater core retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new heater core.
Most likely it's a ruptured heater core, leaking coolant. But before you replace the heater core, check the connections outside the firewall. Sometimes a leaky connection will drip to the inside... but don't expect it; it doesn't happen often.
Answertake the seat out there is not enough room , take the dash off there are screws located on the bottom of the plastic, take the heater hoses off the firewall underneath the hood, and remove the a/c hoses from the firewall located on the passenger side under the hood, before removing the a/c hoses make sure the system is drained, there is two torque screws underneath the a/c hoses take them off and pull the block part off, there are four nuts that hold the box in place they are located on the firewall two on the passenger side one in the center of the firewall final one is on the driver side beside the heater hoses you take off before taking the box out of the truck disconnect the vacuum lines and wires connected to the blower.knowledge based on doing it myself on my 1993 dodge dakota.
under the dash on the right side!